Sheinkin Street, Tel Aviv
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Considered by many the hippest strip in the city, Sheinkin Street offers a variety of designer shops and cool cafes. Stroll down the street and browse for Israeli designers' clothes, Brazilian bikinis, Indian and Thai textiles, and second-hand bargains. The street served as an alternative hub and the birthplace of many music, dance, and theater groups in the 1980s. Though more mainstream and conservative nowadays, it still retains something of its bohemian vibe. On Friday noon, you can spot Israeli celebrities among the crowds dancing to the lively music. Take a look at our Tel Aviv travel itinerary maker to schedule your visit to Sheinkin Street and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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A lovely venue for shopping for crafts, jewelry, gifts, tchatchkes adjacent to the market. I found some lovely, unique ceramic glass jewelry (necklace and earrings) that the artist converted right on ... read more »
It is fun and interesting to walk along Sheinkin street and explore the many cool stores and boutiques. In this area, there are many cafes and good restaurants (for example - Orna and Ella). At the be... read more »
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